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Routers are one of those devices you probably don't think about very much. As long as it gets you online and gives you the content you need, there's no reason to. But with bandwidth demands increasing and new wireless standards emerging, the limits of your router start to become a little more appare

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Google is readying a plan to provide heavily subsidized, commercial grade WiFi routers and equipment to businesses, according to The Information. The idea is to give companies like doctor's offices and restaurants easy internet access while letting Google mine the data for targeted ads. Insiders s

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D-Link is expanding its Cloud lineup today, announcing two new routers and a two-bay NAS device. The Cloud Gigabit Router N300 is capable of up to 300 Mbps, while the Cloud Gigabit Router N600 hits 600 Mbps. Both products include a USB port for sharing content over a network, along with DLNA suppo

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We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is from Richard, who needs a router capable of handling all of his not-inconsiderable household traffic. If you're looking to send in an inquiry of yo

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They always knew it could be done; that a hacker with enough time and processing power could watch your WPA-protected wireless network and, eventually, decrypt your precious datas. In under 15 minutes, though? \"Inconceivable!\" those hypothetical security experts would say -- but they're about to ge

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While router manufacturers (we're not going to name any names here) seem to still have quite a bit of trouble ensuring one out of five of their products aren't complete duds, the inevitable march of \"progress\" continues. Netgear's latest foray into 802.11n draft spec RangeMax Wireless-N products pa

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Wireless adapters wasn't the only new gear Buffalo loosed today. Also hitting the streets are two new AirStation routers, one 802.11n (Wireless-N Nfiniti Router WZR2-G300N offers 802.11n), the other g (Wireless-G High Speed Router WHR-G125). Expect both units to have the usual Buffalo AOSSTM (and D

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Remember that FON service we brought to you a few months back, which aims to create a worldwide network of private hotspots wherein members can hop onto any other members' routers for free VoIP calling? Well after receiving a fresh infusion of cash from Google and Skype, the company is storming into

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